Our People

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Jamie Moore

Managing Director

  • BA(Hons), MSc, NVQ6 Conservation Management

Jamie has been involved in the conservation of historic sites and buildings since 1998 and founded Recclesia in 2009. He grew up immersed in the conservation world thanks to his father Geoff Moore, who is a very experienced stone conservation specialist.

Alongside his practical experience Jamie has broad technical and academic knowledge, having completed a BA in History, an MSc in Building Conservation and an NVQ Level 6 in Conservation Site Management. He has a solid understanding of conservation theory and practice and has demonstrable experience applying this to the delivery of complex projects.

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Geoff Moore

Contracts Director

  • City & Guilds Stonemasonry

Geoff has been working in the masonry conservation sector for over fifty years and has a wealth of experience and technical knowledge. He is called upon by architects and property owners for expert advice on complex masonry issues.

Geoff trained as a mason in the 1960s serving a seven year apprenticeship with H. A. Clegg & Sons of Chester before moving to London where he worked on buildings including Buckingham Palace and the Imperial War Museum. In 1979 he moved back to the North West and has worked on countless historic and listed buildings, leading teams of up to forty masons and training several apprentices along the way.

Geoff knows stonemasonry inside out and has been a leading light in conserving hundreds of our nation's most important buildings.

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Stephen Evans

Contracts Manager

  • CIOB Chartered Member
  • TechIOSH
  • NVQ Level 3 Glass Processing
  • Temporary Works Supervisor

Stephen has been with Recclesia since 2011. Initially joining us as a specialist stained glass craftsman, he quickly became a key member of our team. In 2015 he was promoted to the position of Contracts Manager, focusing predominantly on the stained glass sector, carrying out many of our specialist surveys of historic stained glass, producing schedules of works and project cost estimates.

Stephen is qualified to NVQ Level 3 in glass processing, holds an IOSH NEBOSH qualification and has recently undertaken CPD training in surveying with RICS.

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Lee Bilson

Heritage Consultant

  • MSt Building History (Cantab)
  • BArch
  • FIIC

Lee joined the team in 2016, taking up the role of Heritage Consultant, having previously provided conservation expertise on a wide range of building conservation projects across the UK and Europe.

Having obtained his BArch from Glasgow School of Art and his MSt in Building History at Cambridge, Lee has developed his fervent passion for the historic built environment, and has gained a thorough understanding of how best to care for it from his many years working in the sector; from managing the conservation of the Sovereign’s Entrance Gates at the Palace of Westminster and The Temperate Glasshouse at Kew Gardens, to acting as a specialist consultant for The HMS Victory Trust.

He also provided his expertise as part of a European Commission FP7 research project, which aimed to develop innovative and environmental friendly materials to assist in the protection of immovable Cultural Heritage assets.

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Katherine Walton

Conservation Studio Manager

  • MA Glass

Katherine has been providing stained glass expertise for Recclesia since completing her MA in Glass in 2004, and has continually developed her expert knowledge in the field.

As a conservator of glass, Katherine has been instrumental in the success of some very complex stained glass conservation projects and has worked miracles with seriously damaged historic glass thanks to her technical knowledge and her creative approach to advanced glass conservation work.

Katherine has recently completed the Chemistry for Conservators course run by IAP and regularly delivers specialist glass training courses in Liverpool.

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Carlotta Cammelli

Stained Glass Conservator and Studio Supervisor

  • MA Stained Glass Conservation & Heritage Management
  • MA Art Gallery & Museum Studies
  • BA (Hons) Cultural Heritage

Carlotta joined the Recclesia studio as a Graduate Conservator after completing her second masters in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management at the University of York.

Having previously completed a masters in Art Gallery and Museum Studies, Carlotta has brought a new perspective on conservation and management of heritage assets to the team.

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Kate Ladyman

Stained Glass Conservator

  • HND Architectural Glass

Kate has thirty years of experience working with historic stained glass and takes the lead on the rebuilding of stained glass into new leadwork following its conservation and repair, as well as the design and redesign of lead nets for old and new windows alike.

Kate has a keen eye for detail and has been responsible for many of the studio's flagship commissions and projects involving the reclamation and relocation of stained glass.

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Kate Waddicor

Glass Production Specialist

  • BA (Hons) 3D Design
  • NVQ Glass Processing (Stained Glass)

Kate joined the Recclesia team having worked for a number of years in more modern glazing workshops. Backed by a degree in three-dimensional design, Kate has a meticulous eye for detail, something which has proven a valuable characteristic in training to conserve historic glass.

Kate is currently working towards achieving an NVQ Level 3 in Glass Processing (Stained Glass).

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Paul Warrand Jr

Masonry Foreman

  • NVQ Level 3 Stonemasonry

Paul has 17 years of experience working in the heritage sector as a stonemason. In his role as Masonry Foreman with Recclesia, he has been responsible for overseeing and working on some of our most outstanding masonry conservation projects including several phases at Witley Court and Wenlock Priory for English Heritage.

Paul is very experienced in both stone conservation and the production of new architectural masonry and takes the lead in both aspects. He has a thorough understanding of stone conservation philosophy in theory and in practice and is adept at applying his knowledge to issues faced on site.

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Alison Mowbray

Studio Trainee

Alison joined the Recclesia studio in 2021 and is our most recent recruit. With a background in glass crafts and hosting workshops at the Manchester Craft Centre, Alison will be working towards an NVQ Level 2 as she progresses through the company's in-house traineeship scheme over the coming year.

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Matt Batters

Glazier & Metalwork Conservator

After serving an apprenticeship with Recclesia under the tutelage of his father Mike Batters, Matt has taken on the role of lead metalwork specialist. Matt also leads the stained glass installation team, overseeing the removal and installation of windows on all of our specialist glass conservation projects.

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Tom Ball

Specialist Glazier

Tom joined Recclesia in 2018 as a trainee glazier and metalworker, and has progressed to become a supervisory member of the specialist glazing team who remove and reinstate stained glass. Tom has been training in metal conservation skills too, a key part of being able to take a holistic approach to the care and repair of historic glazing schemes.

Laura Owen

Accounts Manager

  • BA (Hons) History
  • PGDL & LPC
  • Internal QMS Auditor

Laura has been with Recclesia for over ten years, overseeing accounts and administrative staff. Laura is also a qualified legal specialist and quality auditor and takes responsibility for many operational aspects of the company.

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Sheridan Wilson

Specialist Glazier

Sheridan has a background in masonry repair and joined Recclesia in 2017 and is part of the site team of specialist glaziers responsible for removal and reinstatement of stained glass and leaded windows from historic buildings. His skills with stonework and lime mortars are an important part of the glazing team's repertoire of skills when working on highly significant buildings.